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holloway. steve dunleavy was the first u.s. reporter to go into peru's prison, a place known as hell on earth. >> behind me is a prison gouged out of the windy gray hills that stand outside of lima, peru. the international community of human rights describes this as the worst prison in the world. and any prisoner going inside without his own money to buy food and medication, their fate is sealed. he will rot to death. >> i am where nightmares are eternal. daunte's inferno is real. i take you into the belly of the beast. a a.band oned hope, all he who enter here. i will be the first reporter from the united states to document on hidden camera the horror of the prison. >> the guards don't worry here. they'll shoot, shoot to kill. you're dead. you're dead. there is no morales and no ethical code to go by. it's dog eat dog. the fittest survive. >> his name is john robbins. he walks in the prison three times per week. he's an irish missionary in a place where a cup of fresh water is a reason for murder. his god is a watchful god. >> it's like one... fate made, everything just gets water,
says u.k. or u.s. $3, u.k. is $5. canada $8 and europe $10 and the reason the u.s. is the cheapest is because we have the most credit cards, just supply and demand. so you and i right now could conduct a sale with this guy and buy a credit card for $3, and go online, and buy something and have it shipped to let's say an office in brooklyn and if the secret service was on their toes which they usually aren't in this situation, they could march into the studio and they could say, hey, you bought a credit card and you conducted a crime and they're going to look at me and say, you committed a crime and i'm saying, no, i didn't, governor huckabee did, and you're going to say, no, i didn't, somebody at the audience did. nobody could prove who was at the keyboard. it was you or me or one of the people in the audience. >> mike: i think it's one of them in the audience, i've looked at them. pretty much sure. >> that's why the federal agents can't go to europe or china and can't prove who is at the keyboard buying the credit card. >> who the are criminals, people we walk by on the streets on
and asked how much for a credit card. he came back and his name is just valid, his nickname. u.k., u.s. is $3. u.k. is $5. canada $8 and europe is $10. we're the cheapest because we have the most credit card. we could conduct a sale and buy a credit card for $3. go online and buy it and have it shipped to us. if the secret service were on their toes, which they usually aren't in the situation, they could march in the studio and say hey, you bought a credit card and conducted a crime. they'd look to me and say you committed a crime. it'd say no, governor huckabee did. you'd say no, you didn't, that somebody in the audience did. nobody can prove who was at the keyboard to buy the credit card. you or me or one person in the audience. >> mike: i think it was one of the people in the audience. it looked at some of the folks. i'm pretty sure it was one of them. >> that's why the federal agents can't go to vietnam and china, too expensive and prove who was at the keyward that bought credit card. >> mike: who the ares? people on the street or operating in foreign country? >> most are in foreig
the leak could be contained within days. but a more permanent solution is still weeks away. grim day for u.s. forces in afghanistan. six service members have been killed in action. this is more than 1,000 afghans protested against coalition forces today. the rally was sparked by the deaths of two security guards during a military raid. the new u.s. commander there, general david petraeus said he is committed to reducing civilian casualties. 23 americans died in battle in afghanistan so far this month. i'm juliet huddy. now back to huckabee. for the latest headlines, go to foxnews.com. >> if you would like to comment on tonight's show, e-mail us at huckmail@foxnews.com. >> mike: the next guest were instrumental if moral majority in '79 and helping elect president ronald reagan. dr. beverly and her husband dr. tim has been named one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in america and the coauthor of "left behind" series that 60 million people read and has a new book called "edge of the akochlypse." they join me now. dr. lahaye, do you see similarities between the jimmy carter era and what i
petraeus taking command of u.s. and coalition forces in afghanistan today. petraeus calling it a critical moment in the war. the four star general saying the afghan government and coalition forces are engaged in a "contest of wills with the taliban." petraeus replaces general stanley mcchrystal who was fired after criticizing the obama administration in a magazine article. now back to "huckabee." you're watching the most powerful name in news, fox newschannel. let's quickly get yo "huckabee." ♪ [ applause ] >> mike: welcome back to this special edition of "huckabee." as we celebrate july 4th weekend some of the best musical segments. his music timeless, songs that he wrote 50 years ago are still favorites with us today and he's one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. here is neil sedaka with "love will keep us together". ♪ ♪ ♪ love ♪ love will keep us together ♪ ♪ think of me babe, whenever ♪ ♪ just sweet talking guy comes along ♪ ♪ singing a song ♪ don't mess around ♪ you just got to be strong ♪ you better stop ♪ because i really love you ♪ stop, i'll b
president joe biden making a surprise visit to iraq. the vice president meeting with the u.s. military leaders. mr. biden set to spend fourth of july with american troops and call on leaders to resolve the political impasse crippling the newly formed government. general david petraeus spending his first weekend on the ground in afghanistan since being put in charge of the war there. i'm harris faulkner. let's quickly get you back to "huckabee." ♪ [ applause ] >> mike: welcome back to this special edition of "huckabee." as we celebrate july 4th weekend some of the best musical segments. his music timeless, songs that he wrote 50 years ago are still favorites with us today and he's one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. here is neil sedaka with "love will keep us together". ♪ ♪ ♪ love ♪ love will keep us together ♪ ♪ think of me babe, whenever ♪ ♪ just sweet talking guy comes along ♪ ♪ singing a song ♪ don't mess around ♪ you just got to be strong ♪ you better stop ♪ because i really love you ♪ stop, i'll be thinking of you ♪ ♪ look in my heart and
deaths covert operations against taliban figures and the u.s. fears pakistan intelligence was aiding afghan insurgents. the posting has put the lives of americans and allies at risk. >>> a shake upat the top bp official says the chief executive tony hayward is on his way out. hayward has been under fire for the handling of the gulf oil spill. at the same time they are back at work for bp's ruptured wells drilling should resume in a few days. tropical storm bonnie has passed. i am marianne rafferty now back to huckabee. now back to huckabee. >>> you might have a different perspective even about vegas. >> i have a different perspective about this whole conversation. i'm sitting here trying to figure out robin leach's tie. [ laughter ] i just don't know. >> remind me, it needs water. >>er see this, what is that, where does that. >> that is the other part of the fish. [ laughter ] >> but vegas is a strange place, you to admit. the thing when i first moved here was that they are every place. there are more than a body part here. breasts are entertainment. [ laughter ] i went for a mammogr
from the u.s. army clearly an f. any leader who creates back to back fiscal budgets 54,000 dollars a seeked is an idea log hell bent on america. >> pretty harsh from troy from the army. >> elizabeth writes i am an english teacher and give grades for a living. for his ideas b-plus and ability to stay on task and accept constructive criticism and make effective changes, i give the president an f. >> mike: i love that coming from a teacher and she certainly knows how to grade. pretty harsh grades. what else are we hearing tonight. >> joan from new mexico rights f. this arizona suit was the last straw. i just mailed $25 to their defense fund. >> mike: ooh, what else are we hearing. >> jeff writes as a scripted order, a-minus, as an unscripted speaker, um, um. >> it sounds like they're harsh on the president's grades and interesting they're consistently saying that he speaks well and he has a lot of things that he says, but the execution of the ideas, that's where it's lacking. let's go on and hear more. we want to hear what you have to say. that's what we've been asking you for. >> sha
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